The Main Building was closed for the reconstruction of the New Main Building on August 31, 2015.
On the last day, the Final Concert was held at the Main Lobby.
A group photo of the Okura staff was taken when the Main Building closed. Then the preparation for the opening of the South Wing on the following day started.
The South Wing reopened on September 1, 2015. Three restaurants and a bar moved from the old Main Building.
La Belle Epoque/Baron Okura, a fusion of French Cuisine La Belle Epoque and Baron Okura, a wine dining and cigar bar, newly opened in September, 2015.
This is the new Chinese Cuisine Toh-Ka-Lin. We have recently introduced yum-cha time and offer a dim-sum meal prepared by Chinese dumpling masters, just like we used to at Chinese Table Starlight in the old Main Building.
Japanese Cuisine Yamazato relocated to the 2nd floor of the South Wing. We offer our authentic Japanese cuisine that has been loved by many guests.
Teppanyaki Sazanka also relocated to the South Wing. The service staff, called “roasters” (“yakite” in Japanese), prepare the top-quality wagyu-beef while the guests look on and enjoy the ingredients’ distinctive flavors.
Main Bar Orchid Bar relocated to the 12th floor of the South Wing. It boasts large windows that allow you to watch the sky change color.
Hotel Okura Tokyo will mark its 55th anniversary on May 20, 2017.
We continue to offer the hospitality and tradition for the new Main Building due to be open in 2019.